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COVID-19 Vaccine
April 22, 2021

If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors with other fully vaccinated friends and family without wearing a mask.

Occupational Therapy Month
April 21, 2021

This month SRMC celebrates Occupational Therapy Month, a tradition that began nationwide in 1980.

Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
April 19, 2021

Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, April 18-24, 2021, is an annual celebration of medical laboratory professionals and pathologists who play a vital role in health care and patient advocacy. During Lab Week, SRMC thanks the medical laboratory team for your unwavering commitment to patients and patient health today, tomorrow, and into the future.

SRMC Chronic Kidney Disease Awareness
April 7, 2021

If you have never thought about it, now is a good time to start a conversation about keeping kidneys healthy.

World Autism Awareness Day,
April 2, 2021

In honor of World Autism Awareness Day, SRMC encourages everyone to light up blue!

Women's History Month
March 30, 2021

Women's History Month #womeninhealthcare 

Women's History Month
March 23, 2021

Women's History Month #womeninhealthcare 

Women's History Month
March 19, 2021

SRMC Celebrates Women's History Month 2021 #womeninhealthcare 

Social Work Day
March 17, 2021

Every year, World Social Work Day is celebrated on the third Tuesday of March. This day gives us the opportunity to celebrate our Social Workers and recognize their achievements and the important role they play in the lives of our patients and families in our community.

National Kidney Month
March 17, 2021

March is National Kidney Month, a time when communities across the country raise awareness about kidney disease. This year’s focus is on taking charge of your health and the many factors that go into managing your kidney disease.

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a serious condition affecting 37 million people. Often overlooked until symptoms appear, CKD is progressive and can put you at risk for serious health complications including kidney failure. Adopting a healthy lifestyle can help you manage and slow progression of CKD and its complications.